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little magazine

noun

  1. a magazine, usually small in format and of limited circulation, that publishes literary works.


little magazine

noun

  1. a literary magazine that features experimental or other writing of interest to a limited number of readers


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Word History and Origins

Origin of little magazine1

First recorded in 1895–1900

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Example Sentences

They were little magazines that listed bills from all around the country, with brief physical descriptions and recommendations for whether to accept the money at full value or, in the case of shaky banks, at a discount.

From Time

After that, he wound up at a little magazine called Inside Film, which is less Entertainment Weekly and more Filmmaker magazine.

Oftener and oftener magnificently written articles by him began to appear in his remarkable little magazine, The Dawn.

We subscribe for your little magazine in our class, and we all take turns reading it.

With all good wishes for the success of your healthy little magazine.

This was to commemorate the demise of a certain little magazine called the Rogue, whose career was short and unsuccessful.

This little magazine table will be found a very useful piece of furniture for the den or library.

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